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Virginia Department of Health
State Board of Health
Regulations for Licensure of Abortion Facilities [REPEALED] [12 VAC 5 ‑ 412]
Action Regulations for Licensure of Abortion Facilities
Stage Proposed
Comment Period Ends 3/29/2013
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2/6/13  4:00 pm
Commenter: Bobby Nisbeth

Abortion Does Not Protect Anyone - esp. Children !!!

If the question is, should womens health clinics be regulated. Yes. For the sanctity of life inside the womb and the sanctity of the woman that is bearing a living human being. More importantly, the value of unborn children needs to be held in greater respect than simply the daily affairs of a woman in society. Protecting life and freedom is everyones responsibility. 



I strongly support the current regulations on abortion centers approved overwhelmingly by the Board of Health.  These regulations should be made permanent and continue to include the strongest standards.
I refuse to accept the premise that abortion is health care because it ends lives rather than healing them.  However, the existence of the abortion industry under the guise of “health care” is a sad and tragic reality in our Commonwealth and our country.  The current regulations are reasonable, common-sense measures to ensure that life-saving equipment is on hand, infections are prevented, and clear written policies and building guidelines are in place.  Please maintain strong permanent abortion facility regulations to protect the health and safety of women.”
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